Educational Psychology 300

Introduction to Teaching Students with Exceptional Learning Needs

Course details

This course will provide prospective and practicing general education teachers with foundational knowledge and skills to address the range of student learning needs inherent in today's classrooms. The presence of students with exceptional learning needs in general education classrooms means that all teachers need to be effective practitioners for all of their students, not just for those who are typically achieving. This course will highlight how to use the tools of teaching to meet diverse needs, how to collaborate with others to develop instructional plans for students, and how to meet the provincial requirements for inclusion of students in teaching, programming, and assessment. The goal of the course is to provide a strong introductory core of knowledge that will equip teachers to match characteristics and needs of students with practical options for instruction. 

3 Credits - Education


EDPY 200

This course is featured in the following Yellowhead Tribal College programs: